Thirtysomething females everywhere will be squealing in delight at the news that Bros are reforming.
Matt Goss, one-third of the '80s pop trio, told BBC News recently that the band were looking at the possibility of organising a tour.
The band were one of the most successful pop acts of the late '80s and early '90s, securing eleven Top 40 singles and three Top 20 albums in their heyday, before splitting in 1992.
"If we can make the numbers work and the venues work, we're all up for it," Goss said. "Being in a band is like being a politician. You've got to make sure everyone is happy."